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Category Archives: Who is Jesus?
This message by Steve Nichols is from the Ligonier Conference 2015, After Darkness, Light
If the Word of God be heeded, the Christian battle will be fought both with love and with faithfulness. Party passions and personal animosities will be put away, but on the other hand, even angels from heaven will be rejected … Continue reading
In the first place, then, the Christian way of salvation through the Cross of Christ is criticized because it is dependent upon history. This criticism is sometimes evaded; it is sometimes said that as Christians we may attend to what … Continue reading
In the second place, the Christian doctrine of salvation through the death of Christ is criticized on the ground that it is narrow. It binds salvation to the name of Jesus, and there are many men in the world who … Continue reading
It has been observed thus far that liberalism differs from Christianity with regard to the presuppositions of the gospel (the view of God and the view of man), with regard to the Book in which the gospel is contained, and … Continue reading
November 13-14, 2015 Emmanuel Bible Church Now, and throughout church history, there have been many errors and misunderstandings about who Jesus is. Reformation Pratum: Who is Jesus? will focus on who Jesus was in His role as Prophet, Priest, and King, as well as … Continue reading
The Apostle tells us that Christ humbled Himself. In answer to the question, Wherein his humiliation consisted? our standards wisely content themselves with the simple statements of the Scriptures: “Christ’s humiliation consisted in his being born and that in a low … Continue reading